Fawad Chaudhry, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), reaffirmed his party's position that the military establishment had an "active role" in the unconstitutional removal of Imran Khan as prime minister by a no-confidence vote.
According to the senior vice president of the PTI, "some of the military generals were involved" in Imran Khan's demise. He went on to say that the PTI was fighting the military during the no-trust vote episode.
He regretted that the PTI's downfall did not result in the removal of stable governments. In April of last year, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) cast a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly, which resulted in Mr. Khan's removal from his position as Prime Minister. He emphasized the necessity of allowing politicians to exercise their political discretion. He claimed that former army chief retired Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa was to blame for Imran Khan's plan to remove him. In response to a question, he stated that Pakistan's growth rate was 6% under the PTI, despite the Covid pandemic. However, the country was unnecessarily pushed into an economic crisis when Mr. Khan's removal caused a political crisis.